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WaterField Designs announces two new cases for iPod touch, classic, 3G nano

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By Charles Starrett

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Published: Tuesday, September 18, 2007
News Categories: iPod Accessories

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WaterField Designs has announced two new cases for the iPod touch, iPod classic, and third-generation iPod nano. The iPod Smart Case ($29-$39) features a multi-layered padding system that combines a high-impact, rigid insert with a scratch-free Ultrasuede liner. It comes in six colors, three different styles to offer various carrying options — attach it to a strap, clip it on a belt, or slip it in a pocket — and three custom sizes to fit the new iPod touch, classic and 3G nano. It will be available Sept. 30. The iPod Suede Jacket is a basic Ultrasuede case that offers minimalist protection and the ability to double as a screen cleaner. It is available now in four sizes for the iPod touch, iPod classic, 3G iPod nano , and iPod shuffle, and sells for $5-$9. In addition, the company points out that its iPod Travel Case, designed to carry the iPod and all accessories, is available in three sizes — small medium, and large — and is compatible with the new family of iPods.

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1

Definitely will protect player, but you can’t see the screen or access the scroll wheel so what’s the point?

Posted by Al Painter on September 18, 2007 at 4:01 PM (PDT)

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Al, I use a similar case from Timbuk2. I use it to transport my 160 gigger and my cellphone between my car, home and work.  I don’t use a case for the iPod in normal usage.

Posted by Galley on September 19, 2007 at 9:13 AM (PDT)

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I ordered one of these for my new nano.  The company was great to deal with, I ordered on Tuesday and received today.  I liek the design and it is pretty simple.  I can still control the wheel through the material, just can’t see the screen.

Posted by prisoner6 on September 20, 2007 at 1:01 PM (PDT)

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